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Physiology and Integrative Biology

  • Merrill, Gary

     

    Gary Merrill
    Professor
    Rutgers University
    Department of Cell Biology and Neuroscience
    Nelson Lab, Room B222
    Piscataway, NJ 08854
    (848) 445-2320
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    Ischemic heart disease, hypoxia and reoxygenation, metabolic control of coronary circulation

  • Millonig, James

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    James Millonig
    Associate Professor
    Robert Wood Johnson Medical School
    Department of Neuroscience & Cell Biology
    CABM, Room 238
    679 Hoes Lane
    Piscataway, NJ 08854
    (848) 445-9852
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    Dorsal CNS development, Bmp signaling, mouse mutations and autism

  • Neubauer, Judith A


     

    Judith A. Neubauer
    Professor

    Robert Wood Johnson Medical School
    Department of Medicine
    Medical Education Bldg, Room 559
    1 Robert Wood Johnson Place
    New Brunswick, NJ 08854
    (732) 235-8961
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    Respiratory and sympathetic responses to brain hypoxia with implications for sleep apnea

  • Otto, Timothy


     

    Tiimothy Otto
    Professor

    Rutgers University
    Department of Psychology
    Piscataway, NJ 08854
    (848 )445-8881
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    Biological basis of memory formation and storage in the mammalian brain

  • Pang, Zhiping

    Zhiping Pang
    Assistant Professor
    Robert Wood Johnson Medical School
    Department of Neuroscience & Cell Biology
    The Child Health Institute of NJ
    89 French Street, Room 3277
    New Brunswick, NJ 08901
    (732) 235-8074
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    Mechanisms of synaptic regulation: From stem cell to the brain

  • Pintar, John E

    John E. Pintar
    Professor
    Robert Wood Johnson Medical School
    Department of Neuroscience & Cell Biology
    RWJ-SPH Bldg. Room 359
    683 Hoes Lane
    Piscataway, NJ 08854
    (732) 235-4250
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    Genetic and microarray analysis of endogenous opioid systems; insulin-like growth factor systems in development and cancer; post-translational processing enzymes

  • Radovick, Sally

    Sally Radovick
    Professor
    Robert Wood Johnson Medical School
    Department of Pediatrics
    The Child Health Institute of NJ
    89 French Street, Room 4212
    New Brunswick, NJ 08901
    (732) 235-9524
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    Pediatric growth and development disorders

  • Runnels, Loren

    Loren Runnels
    Associate Professor
    Robert Wood Johnson Medical School
    Department of Pharmacology
    Research Tower, Fourth Floor
    675 Hoes Lane West
    Piscataway, NJ 08854
    (732) 235-4593
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    Signal transduction, Live cell imaging, Confocal microscopy, Biochemistry, Electrophysiology

  • Sahota, Amrik


     

    Amrik Sahota
    Research Professor
    Rutgers University
    Department of Genetics
    Life Sciences Building, Room 124
    Piscataway, NJ 08854
    (848) 445-7185
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    Adenine phosphoribosyltransferase deficiency, chronic renal failure, microchimerism and organ transplantation, Alzheimers disease, molecular diagnostics

  • Sampath, Harini

    Harini Sampath
    Assistant Professor
    Rutgers University
    Department of Nutritional Sciences
    School of Environmental & Biological Sciences
    Inst for Food, Nutrition and Health
    61 Dudley Road
    New Brunswick, NJ 08901
    (848) 932-0266
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    Oxidative damage, mitochondrial function, DNA repair, metabolic disease

  • Sarkar, Dipak

    Dipak Sarkar
    Distinguished Professor
    Department of Animal Sciences
    Rutgers University
    Director, Endocrine Program
    Endocrine Research Facility
    67 Poultry Farm Road
    New Brunswick, NJ 08901-8521
    (848)932-1529
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    Influences of stress and drug abuse on neuroendocrine and neuroimmune systems

  • Schwander, Stephan K

    Stephan K. Schwander
    Associate Professor
    Robert Wood Johnson Medical School
    Department of Environmental & Community Medicine
    School of Public Health, Room 305
    683 Hoes Lane
    Piscataway. NJ 08854
    (732) 235-5405
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    Human antimycobacterial immunity, human lung immunology during Mycobacterium tuberculosis infection and disease, effects of manufactured and engineered nanoparticles on antimycobacterial immunity in primary human cells and cell lines, effects of urban air pollution particulate matter on innate and adaptive antimycobacterial immune responses in human bronchoalveolar, blood, and respiratory epithelial cells

  • Sesti, Federico

     

    Federico Sesti
    Associate Professor
    Robert Wood Johnson Medical School
    Department of Neuroscience & Cell Biology
    RWJMS Research Building, Room 156
    683 Hoes Lane
    Piscataway, NJ 08854
    (732) 235-4032
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    Physiology, structure and function of potassium channels, role of potassium channels in causing disease

  • Shapses, Sue A

     

    Sue A. Shapses
    Professor
    Rutgers University
    Department of Nutritional Sciences
    School of Environmental & Biological Sciences
    Thompson Hall
    96 Lipman Drive
    New Brunswick, NJ 08901-0231
    (848) 932-9403
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    Osteoporosis, bone metabolism and obesity

  • Shi, Yufang


     

    Yufang Shi
    Professor
    Robert Wood Johnson Medical School
    Department of Pharmacology
    Child Health Institute
    89 French Street
    New Brunswick, NJ 08901
    (732) 235-4501
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    Apoptosis in lymphocytes. immune regulation. psychoneuroimmunology. and bone-lymphocyte connection

  • Vetriani, Costa


     

    Costa Vetriani
    Professor
    Rutgers University
    Department of Biochemistry and Microbiology
    Marine & Coastal Sciences
    School of Environmental & Biological Sciences
    New Brunswick. NJ 08903
    (848) 932-3379
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    Deep Sea Microbiology Lab

    Deep-sea microbiology, extremophiles, molecular ecology, adaptations to extreme environments

  • Walworth, Nancy C


     

    Nancy C. Walworth
    Professor
    Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, Room 532
    Department of Pharmacology
    Busch Campus
    Piscataway, NJ 08854
    (732) 235-5661
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    Cell cycle checkpoint control in response to DNA damage

  • Watford, Malcolm

    Malcolm Watford
    Professor
    Rutgers University
    Department of Nutritional Sciences
    59 Dudley Road, Room 179
    New Brunswick, NJ  08901
    (848) 932-6263
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    The role of amino acids as substrates for gluconeogenesis and urea synthesis

  • Weiss, Harvey R

    Harvey Weiss
    Professor
    Robert Wood Johnson Medical School
    Department of Neuroscience & Cell Biology
    675 Hoes Lane, Room CB10
    Piscataway, NJ 08854
    (732) 235-4626
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    How nitric oxide and its second messenger cyclic GMP serve as a "brake" on myocardial function and how this changes in disease, II. The relationship between excitatory amino acid receptors and cerebral oxygen supply and consumption balance and the changes in disease

  • Welsh, William J


     

    William J. Welsh
    Professor
    Robert Wood Johnson Medical School
    Department of Pharmacology
    The Cancer Institute of New Jersey
    195 Little Albany Street
    New Brunswick, NJ 08901
    (732) 235-3234
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    Computational chemistry, drug design, predictive toxicology, pattern recognition, bioinformatics, cheminformatics

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